Liang Lan

Marine and Environmental Activist

Liang Lan (born 28 May 1980) is a Marine and Environmental Scientist, Geophysicist and Offshore Energy Specialist with more than 10 years’ research on air pollution, environment harmony, water pollution and other issues related to nature crisis. He is an environmental consultant in some universities in China and wrote many articles about water crisis and sustainable agriculture issues. Liang is also a project director for numerous large scale government and private geo - environmental and geo - construction projects including: large tunnel, bridge and roadway projects, oil and gas well drilling, large Superfund sites, DOE environmental sites, marine terminals.

Nationality: CN
April 06, 2019

Air pollution may increase risk for dementia

More than 57 million people worldwide are currently living with dementia.

April 06, 2023

Melting Antarctic could impact oceans 'for centuries'

"But it seems almost certain that continuing on a high greenhouse gas emission pathway will lead to...

April 03, 2023

Bigger flowers, greater rewards: Plants adapt to climate disruptions to lure pollinators

There's been a well-documented shift toward earlier springtime flowering in many plants as the world...

March 28, 2023

Humanity must chart new course on water use: UN chief

"All of humanity's hopes for the future depend, in some way, on charting a new science-based course...

March 28, 2023

Rise in ocean plastic pollution 'unprecedented' since 2005

There are an estimated 170 trillion pieces of plastic in the world's oceans today.

March 14, 2023

UN to try anew to finish treaty protecting the high seas

At the COP15 conference on biodiversity last year, countries committed themselves to protecting 30%...

February 21, 2023

5 options for restoring global biodiversity after the U.N. agreement

Indigenous people are the vanguard of many of the best-preserved ecosystems in the world.

January 07, 2023

EAST AFRICA: the dugong, driven to extinction by humans

“The dugong is vulnerable throughout its range and the East African populations are now Red Listed a...

December 14, 2022

Weak tropical cyclones are intensifying due to global warming, study of surface drifter data finds

In this new effort, the researchers found evidence suggesting that smaller tropical cyclones are gro...

November 21, 2022

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